Example sentences for: inherently

How can you use “inherently” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • But that sort of open conflict would run the risk of revealing the inherently futile nature of the project these networks are engaged in, namely, trying to make sense of the stock market's movement in the short term.

  • They have the limitation that although experimental replication enhances the significance of groupings observed, the groupings do not inherently quantify signal and noise.

  • One cannot easily translate these pejorative suffixes into English: they are a malignly ingenious way of turning an otherwise perfectly inoffensive name into an inherently insulting one, of saying James , for instance, in such a sneering way that no add-on adjectives are needed to convey your obvious but unspecified disdain.

  • Because Rip1-Tag2 mice are inherently tolerant to Tag, little infiltration by either T lymphocytes or dendritic cells was observed in the untreated control group (Figure 3).

  • Although other types of forfeited property must be sold in order to recognize revenue, or constructively sold (if transferred to another Federal agency or placed into internal use), this is the last step in a process that is inherently nonexchange.


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